Enter the Body: Women and Representation on Shakespeare's Stage

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INDEX

a
Aaron 11-12
absent bodies 27-9
Achilles 114 , 121 , 129 , 135 , 136-7 , 138 ;
costume 118 , 119 ;
in drag as Helen 121 , 122 , 137-9
Adelman, Janet 99
Africa, image of 66
Agamemnon 118
Ahrus-Nofretari wall painting 63 , 65 , 66
Ajax 119 , 137
Akihito, Prince 71
Albany 23 , 25
Alexas 61
Alleyn, Edward 6 , 8
Alleyn, Joan 6
Anna of Denmark:
court masque 95-9 ;
death of 100
Annis, Francesca (Cressida) 128 , 129
Antony 4 , 67 , 79 , 82 , 84
Antony and Cleopatra,xvi , 57-67 ;
performances 68-87
art and anatomy, relationship between 3
art and politics, relationship between 75-8
As You Like It106
Ashcroft, Peggy:
Cleopatra 58 , 68 , 69 , 71 , 72-4 ;
Desdemona 73
‘authentic’ Shakespeare 88

b
Bacchic rituals, Egyptian 65 , 93
Bakhtin, Mikhail 3 , 13
baptism, Shakespeare’s time 156 , 157
Barnes, Ambrose 156
Barton, John, Troilus and Cressida114-15 , 121-2 , 126 , 129 , 134 , 135 , 136 , 137 , 138
Beaumont, Binkie 68
beauty regimes, Egyptian 93
Benedict, Claire:
Charmian 82 ;
Cleopatra 60 ;
Zenocrate 87
Bernal, Martin, Black Athena85
Berry, Philippa xv
betrayal, women of men 114 , 115-16
Bianca 145 , 148
Billington, Michael 68 , 81 , 83 , 107 , 113
The Birthday Letters, Hughes 26
Black Athena, Bernal 85
black narrative, Antony and Cleopatra62-3
blackness 57-63 , 101 ;
black actors, Nunn’s Antony and Cleopatra80-1 ;
Cleopatra 58 , 73 , 74 , 83 , 85 , 86 , 89-90 , 100 , 101 ;
intellectual history 65 ;
origins, medieval beliefs 91-2 ;
Othello146 ;
recovering blackness 87-103 ;
white representation of 64-7 ,
see alsoMasque of Blackness, Jonson
bodies, parts for xv-xvi , 1-26 ;
bodies in play 18-26 ;
illegible bodies 14-15 ;
instructive objects 5-14 ;
parts for bodies 3-5 ;
playing dead 16-18
Bonham-Carter, Helena (Ophelia) 29 , 33 , 34 , 35-7 , 38-9 , 43
Boose, Lynda 89
Boyd, Michael, Troilus and Cressida120-1

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Plates ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xix
  • 1 - Body Parts or Parts for Bodies 1
  • 2 - Snatched Bodies 27
  • 3 - Shadowing Cleopatra 57
  • 4 - Designs on Shakespeare 104
  • 5 - Remembering Emilia 142
  • Bibliography 202
  • Index 212
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